A Fresh Idea for Desktop Management


Information and files can be easily misplaced on our gigantic hard drives. Who among us hasn’t lost a file or searched for one buried deeply in different drives and folders?

Currently, computer file management systems force users to store files hierarchically in folders. Project get buried deeper and deeper without providing any visual clues on how to find them. The Slice computing system is a concept that seeks to change this. Organically inspired from a need to organize and interact with information, it enables users to physically interact with information, by interacting with the slice…

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2 Responses to “A Fresh Idea for Desktop Management”

  1. 1 isai July 24, 2008 at 23:40

    Hey, a link explaining the Slice Computing system would really help. Thanks in Advance!

    Btw, great Blog!

  2. 2 range July 24, 2008 at 23:56

    Hi Isai, thanks.

    As I wrote this post for another blog, if you read the article there, you will find links, pictures and explanations.

    Here is one link, but it’s just a concept until now.


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